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Petty Sessions Court Registers, Dublin, Ireland, 21/02/1873

Ireland, Dublin, Drumcondra: Petty Sessions Court Registers Image 21/02/1873. Interested in understanding script on top under particulars of order or dismissal column as indicated/marked up for ...
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what is my Spanish ethnicity [duplicate]

If I was born in Wisconsin and am a teenage male age of 17. if my dads father is full percent Latino, and his wife is Scottish,and my mom is white and her dad and mother are white, what percent of ...
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Great grandfather family inlithuania died around birth of his son Verseckas from Trakai region

My grandfather Mike Verseckas emigrated to Canada through Montreal. He was born in The Trakai Region, 1904. His mother remarried and emigrated to the states and anglicized her name to White and had ...
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Looking to trace name of only witness via signature on Baptism Cert 1870 Dublin St Pauls

Child born = Elizabeth Gibson, 25th May 1870, parents Samuel Gibson, Rose McGauran, residence, 64 Arbour Hill (in Dublin not in script) Witness = ??, could be Catherine ??? – Looking to trace name of ...
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Why doesn't my research meet the Genealogical Proof Standard?

I posted a related question here so it might be helpful to read it: England 1700s - how to decide between two good record matches? Thomas Fowler B: unknown England Marriage: 1766 Stillingfleet ...
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Finding children of Gustav Steinhauer (1870-1930)

I am trying to find out if Gustav Steinhauer, lived 1870 to 1930 had children and if so where were they born and when. I am trying to find out if I am related to Gustav Steinhauer
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Finding George Huminski aboard Eaton Hall on 1877 voyage to South Australia

looking for George (sometimes Peter George) Huminski (Huminsky) who stated that he had arrived in South Australia on the Eaton Hall in 1877. I believe he worked his way out on the ship. Have checked ...
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Deciding between two baptism records from ca 1744 for Thomas Fowler of Thorganby (Yorkshire, England)

I've traced my family tree to the 1700s Yorkshire, England. Thomas Fowler B: Abt. 1744 England Marriage: 1766 Stillingfleet to Jane Hare, Yorkshire and he was living in Thorganby at the time Thomas'...
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Would a private adoption in Minnesota's Swedish community in 1880 been handled by the Lutheran Church?

My mother's mother, first name Anna, was born in Minnesota (probably Frontenac) in 1879, and privately adopted by Solomon Long and Anna Lindberg, who lived in Princeton, Minnesota. Anna wasn't listed ...
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Was I wrong to add more branches to my relative's tree? [closed]

My paternal uncle made a family tree and then invited the members to it. He got mad when I put my maternal family on it. Is it me or is that just unreasonable? Wouldn't a family tree be more practical ...
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Looking for roots of the Kobi family of Romanshorn and Winterthur, Switzerland

Elisabeth (Kobi) Conaway, daughter of Ernst Kobi and Klara Merz, immigrated to the U.S. The family has no further information.
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9 of my top 11 DNA matches (three generations) show the category of 1st -2nd cousin

I am trying to find my biological father. I believe he is one of 5 brothers and am ALMOST sure of which one. My top 11 DNA matches (all relatives of those 5 brothers) state 1st - 2nd Cousin, however,...
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Is it now possible to unaccept a hint in Ancestry's online tree system? [duplicate]

It has been five years since How do I unaccept a hint in Ancestry's online tree system? was reported on Stack Exchange. I want to know if this issue is likely to be addressed now that Hints allow ...
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USMC WW1 Muster Roll abbreviated term S.O.S

Reviewing my Great Uncles death in WW1, I see the term "24 trans to S.O.S" in his Company Muster Roll. He served in the 6th Marine Regiment attached to the US Army 2nd Infantry Division, Third ...
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What does branobilis/braenobilis mean?

I have a baptismal entry (http://data.matricula-online.eu/en/oesterreich/gurk/st-peter-im-katschtal/S65_003-1/?pg=88, 3. from the top) that I cannot reproduce here due to the CC-BY-NC-ND license which ...
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Unusual middle name “Schewa”?

I have here an entry in a Jewish birth registry from Bohemia with a Johanna Kafka (last one on the left side, entry No. 244) even in two versions: http://www.badatelna.eu/fond/1073/reprodukce/?...
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WW II soldier/pilot Max Dreher [duplicate]

I'm looking for information on Max Dreher who was a German soldier or pilot in World War II. I did some work for his widow in California on the small jet engine he designed and built.
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How many STRs should I test for medieval genealogy?

I have been researching my Maltese paternal line for a long time now, and fortunately due to one of my distant ancestors being upper class, my genealogy is well documented up until the around 1490, ...
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Triangulation in DNA, weird match!

I thought I had grasped the meaning of triangulation. Until I saw this match in MyHeritage (see below). What is happening? It looks like the two segments that have the triangulated match are single ...
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Confusing DNA Ancestry

On my DNA results page I'm showing a close family member (1,683cM w/52 segments) and a 1st cousin (914cM w/44 segments.) The close family member share the same last name as a 2nd cousin (449 cM w/13 ...
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Do father and mother pass on same DNA to half siblings?

I grew up in a household with half siblings. Same mother different fathers. I grew up never knowing who my dad was. As I got older I started to ask questions. My mother would push back with resistance....
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Explaining older sister sharing 1,961 cM as close family or 1st cousin

My older sister came back "close family-first cousin". What does this mean? Shared DNA 1961 cM across 74 segments
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Death certificate from 1910

My great-grandfather died in 1910, and I'm trying to figure out the cause of death. It looks like "Nussisplexie" (hand written) but could be Neuris, or something similar. Underneath the cause of death ...
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Finding marriage and birth certificates for ancestors from Malta who married in 1904

I have all certificates i need for Maltese Citizenship on my maternal lines however I have fallen short with my great grandparents! Despite 3 months of writing to different bodies I am non the wiser....
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Translating 1914 Postcard in German sent from USA to Germany

Is anyone able to translate this 1914 postcard my grandfather sent to his sister in 1914?
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What does tilde mean at end of yDNA Haplogroup designation?

Using Samtools on a BAM file, I see that someone has yDNA of: R1a1a1b1a2b3a~ What does the trailing tilde ~ mean? Without the tilde, this haplogroup is also called: R-L365
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Finding grave of ancestor who died 1945 in Luckau, Brandenburg, Germany

I am looking for information on my great grandfather Friedrich Günther born July 15 1880, Sankt Johann,Saarbrücken, and Died 1945 in Luckau, Brandenburg. I don't know if he was in the Military but ...
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Matching less than 6cM on Ancestry but almost 15cM at GEDmatch

I am communicating with someone who appears to be a 5th cousin once removed. According to AncestryDNA my cousin shares 10cM across 1 segment with my paternal uncle, but is not a match to me (at least ...
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Are there any extant records of Imperial subjects who moved to Britain?

I believe that one of my ancestors may have moved to Britain around the turn of the 19th century from a British colony, possibly the West Indies or the US, and landed in Liverpool. From some surface ...
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Finding military title, movements within duties and cause of death for WW2 German soldier [duplicate]

I'm looking for any details, like military title, movements within his military duties, cause of death etc. for Max Pürzer. Birth 04.05.1913 Harenzhofen, Velburg,Oberpfalz, Bavaria, Germany Death 12....
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Name of Klawinin today and where is it?

I have a grandparent whose US Declaration of Intention states that they were born in Klawinin which in 1878 was part of Russian Poland. Can you tell me what that town is called today and where it ...
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Can 1,782 cM shared indicate Half Siblings? [duplicate]

Could a person with 1,782 cM actually be my half-sibling? This person is listed as close family to me, yet I do not know them. My cM is the same as this person's. I do have 6 paternal half ...
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Where in Handbridge is / was the Rook or Rock?

On the 1841 census, Frances Potter was living in Handbridge, Chester, and the place is listed as "Rook" or "Rock". I have been to Handbridge many times but have never come across this place before. ...
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Searching for ancestor from Malta

I have found my great grandparent's marriage certificate from 1886 in England. However, he was a merchant seaman. I located a ship record where he was a cook in 1881 and it says he was from Malta. Got ...
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Are adoption records for the U.K. available for 1892?

In the 1980's I requested a birth record for my grandpa from the U.K. post office in London. The researcher couldn't find his name or anything like it for that year or for several years before or ...
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What is the location on this 16th century baptism record?

Randle Case was baptised in the parish of St Oswald, Chester, in May 1589. His father was Thomas Case and the record seems to read "Randle Case, sonne of Thomas Case of ----", but I can't figure out ...
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In a Record of Detained Aliens, what “Cause of detention” is “To call”?

Looking at ship passenger manifests and a related "Record of Detained Aliens", and in the "Cause of detention" column is sometimes listed "To call". To call what and why? Examples are: Katie Scahill ...
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How can WGS be done on a bone marrow transplant recipient?

Most of the testing companies use a saliva sample that contains white blood cells for doing Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS) of your DNA. White blood cells are created by your bone marrow, so if you get ...
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Establishing the location of a photo in Fisherton-De-La-Mere

My mother provided me with this photo of my late dad riding a bicycle: It was understood that he was most likely in the centre of Fisherton-De-La-Mere. So I decided on a hunch to use Google Maps and ...
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“len pat.” in Lithuanian passport

In this Lithuanian passport, the home location appears to be "len pat." (or "sen pat.") What does this mean? For reference, the prior section lists date and location of birth. In other passports, ...
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Identifying numbers on the United States Immigrant Identification Card

The green "Immigrant Identification Card" issued by the United States Department of Labor includes an immigration visa number, a longer red number, and in this case, a stamped black number on the ...
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Searching for Manuel Amigo, Pontevedra, Spain 1896

I’m looking for help finding a link back to Spain for my grandfather, Manuel Amigo. I don’t know anything about his family in Spain. He left around 1914 and went to Cuba, no records of that found but ...
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What documents were needed for a woman to register to vote in UK elections after 1918

This is a UK-related question, relating to the search for my grandmother's birth records. She lived between the late 1870s and 1946. I have found her mentioned in censuses from 1881 to 1911, and I ...
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Looking for anyone with Chevtaikin Surname

My father was born 1923 in NovaSibirsk. His grandfather was Andreas, his father was Demetri and mother Tatania. His 3 brothers went to war (WWII) and his family home was taken over and papa ended ...
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How can a 3rd Cousin be a DNA match to my mother AND my father’s side?

On Ancestry I have a match at the 3rd cousin level and we have common matches with both my mother and fathers side. New to this and that is confusing to me. Sorry if I am missing something obvious!
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Locating burial in Veles ein stadt am agaisczea Meer

My grandfathers name was Adam Fischler died 2.8.1944. According to the letter that I have he was buried in Veles ein stadt am agaisczea Meer. I cannot find that on a map. He was born in Stari ...
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Child of possible incest

My sisters, two aunts and several cousins (on maternal side) did the 23 and me DNA test. One of my aunts (the younger one) showed up as a half sister to me (we share 1,942 cM and 44 segments) and my ...
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Understanding 1,537cM match to person and 1,950cM match to their uncle

I have a match with a female that is a few years younger than me (she is in the 60s). She and I match at 1,537 cM across 47 segments. Her Uncle (Paternal Uncle, as far as I know) is a match with me ...
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Adopted 1st cousin match possible secret sibling?

An unknown woman matches: me with 1045cM my aunt (my father's sister #1) with 1952cM one of my 1st cousins (from my father's sister #2) with 998cM. My father has one other sibling: a brother who has ...
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Determining if ancestor was freemason in Pennsylvania

All my life my dad and grandfather told me that my 2nd great grandfather was a Freemason, His name was Solomon Leighty he lived 1840 till 1885 in Westmoreland county Pennsylvania. He lived in or near ...

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